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Guide to Labor Day Weekend in Lake Tahoe: What to Do and Where to Stay in Lake Tahoe for Labor Day 2014

August 12, 2014

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- Lake Tahoe always has something for everyone in terms of fun activities and luxurious lodging, and Labor Day weekend is no different. Today, TahoesBest.com, a local guide to Lake Tahoe tourism, released a list of things to do this Labor Day 2014 in Lake Tahoe, along with places to stay. Let's take a look at what's happening on the lake this Labor Day weekend.

Where to Watch The Labor Day Fireworks Show

South Lake Tahoe has numerous locations that are perfect for watching the Labor Day weekend fireworks extravaganza. The area's famous pyrotechnic display occurs on Sunday, August 31st after dusk. The fireworks explode in unison with a music broadcast played on KOWL AM 1490 and KLRT FM 93.9. The show starts at 8:30 pm and the exhibition can be seen from nearly any vantage point in town.

For the best view, head on out to the lake aboard one of the two South Shore Mississippi paddlewheelers, the M.S. Dixie II and the Tahoe Queen. Or take it all in from Nevada beach, just a few miles to the east of the Elk Point Road casinos. Enjoy a family barbecue here during the day and stay through the night for the fireworks. Other popular vantage points for the display include Bijou Community Park, which features a variety of recreational opportunities, the Tallac Historic Site (especially the high point of Mount Tallac and Edgewood-Tahoe's spacious beach.

For more ideas where to watch the display use http://www.tahoesbest.com/labor-day-in-lake-tahoe

Other Lake Tahoe Events On Labor Day Weekend

Sample the Sierra: Be sure to check out "Sample The Sierra", a culinary event that combines the talents and creations of local eateries with local farmers. They provide tasty food samples along with complimentary beer and wine. Watch three of the area's elite chefs face off in the Sierra Chef's Challenge to see who can prepare the best dish. The audience gets to taste the creations at the end of the competition. There's also an array of local products like honey, jam, olive oil, crafts, fine art and more at the festival marketplace. More info at http://www.samplethesierra.com/

The Concerts At Commons Beach: Music fans will want to check out the uber popular Concerts At Commons Beach in downtown Tahoe City's Commons Beach park. This music event features local and national acts including Joy & Madness and Groove Foundry. The venue is found right by the Lake Tahoe Dam and can be accessed from Highway 28. It takes place on the afternoon of Sunday, August 31 and admission is free. The show will begin around 3 or 4. There's a nearby playground for the munchkins to stay entertained in case they tire of the tunes. Feel free to bring picnic gear, food and beverages as well. More info at http://www.concertsatcommonsbeach.com/

Labor Day Cruise: Board the Tahoe Gal on September 1 at 5:30 PM to partake in the lake's yearly end of summer fundraiser. The cruise features amazing panoramas, a lovely dinner and dessert. All money raised is put towards supplies for the area's libraries.

For other things to do while on vacation over Labor Day weekend use http://www.tahoesbest.com/places

Where to Stay In Lake Tahoe Over Labor Day Weekend

South Lake Tahoe hotels:

3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club: Vacationers in South Lake Tahoe should check out the 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club. This hotel provides cabin themed rooms that help to create the ultimate Sierra mountain environment. The club is surrounded by the gorgeous natural features of Lake Tahoe and is only two blocks from the hotel's own private beach, the Heavenly Valley Gondola and an assortment of Lake Tahoe casinos and restaurants. The 3 Peaks Lake Tahoe Hotel offers a little something for everyone. There's biking, hiking, swimming and fishing in the club's vicinity and just about everything is within walking distance.

Aston Lakeland Beach & Mountain Resort: This alluring resort spans 19 acres of impressive woodlands. Vacationers will be able to relax on the upscale condominium property that rests amidst Lake Tahoe's stunning waterfront setting. The Sierra mountains overlook the property, giving it a dream like feel that is absolutely unforgettable. All sorts of activities are available at the resort including hiking, golf, live entertainment and mountain biking.

North Lake Tahoe hotels:

Tahoe North Shore Lodge: North Lake Tahoe's North Shore Lodge is the perfect temporary home for Labor Day weekend visitors who want affordable accommodations at a centralized location. The lodge is nestled in the perfect spot that is close to the water, restaurants, biking trails and much more. Each room provides a kitchenette, HBO and free Wi-Fi.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort: Labor Day revelers will love this retreat found in the Sierra Mountain Range. It has been recently renovated and is an AAA Four Diamond Lake Tahoe luxury hotel built right by the lake. The resort actually has private boats for its own unique cruises and there's a private beach as well. Visitors can even gamble at the resort's Lady Luck Casino. They also have the opportunity to eliminate some stress at the resort's spa that features out of this world deep tissue massages.

Full list of hotels in Lake Tahoe here: http://www.tahoesbest.com/hotels_resorts

About TahoesBest.com:

Lake Tahoe is known for outdoor activities, pristine waters and one of the best wedding destinations in the country. TahoesBest.com is the authority on what to do, where to stay, weather updates and all the best upcoming events for any visitor. Use TahoesBest.com to find information, reviews and deals on all things Lake Tahoe from concerts to vacation rentals.

Media Contact: Lindsey Skinner Editor TahoesBest.comlindsey.skinner@bizx.info 800 450 7805 ext 10809



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